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1 Sensory Systems Lecture 34, 17 Nov. 2008 Laboratory Tour Laboratory Tour Sponsored by: Sponsored by: Who: Professor Muller Cornell Applied & Engineering Physics Society Research in: • Real-space electronic structure • Atomic resolution electron spectroscopy and microscopy • Novel nanoscale materials properties Wednesday, November 19 Wednesday, November 19 4:30 P.M. When: What: Interested? Contact [email protected] ASAP! Thinking about research? Come check out what a lab is like with CURB! Sponsored by: Cornell Red Cross Club & Golden Key Cornell Blood Drive Monday, November 17th 11:30AM to 4:30PM Anabel Taylor Hal Please contact [email protected] or [email protected] To schedule your appointment! °±²³²´µ ¶±·±·´ ¶±¸¹º¸¸±²·¸ »¼½½¾¿¿À Á ¹ÂÃÄŽ½ºÄÆÇÅÃÈÆÉÊ Room 302AB APPEL DINING HALL 5:45 PM Meeting place: West Entrance to Appel Center at 5:45pm acetylcholine action potential agonist antagonist axon terminal biogenic amine chemical synapse connexon depolarization dopamine electrical synapse epinephrine excitatory postsynaptic potential (EPSP) G-protein coupled receptor GABA gamma aminobutyric acid gap junction graded potential hyperpolarization inhibitory postsynaptic potential (IPSP) inward current ionotropic receptor ligand-gated ion channel membrane potential metabotropic receptor multiple sclerosis muscarine muscarinic ACh receptor myelin sheath neuropeptide neurotransmitter nicotine nicotinic ACh receptor nitric oxide Node of Ranvier norepinephrine outward current patch recording postsynaptic cell presynaptic cell resting potential saltatory conduction serotonin spatial summation synapse synaptic cleft synaptic integration
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